Many library resources are available online

Ponca City Now - March 26, 2020 8:43 am

Many residents don’t realize how much of their library’s resources and collections are available in downloadable digital and audio format that can be accessed from the comfort of their home or work.

The library is a member of the Oklahoma Virtual Library Consortium that offers over 50,000 titles in both readable and audio formats.

Bestsellers, old favorites, and emerging authors are available in both fiction and non-fiction for all ages of readers. Readers can have up to six titles at any time, and place holds on titles that are checked out but look interesting.

This service is provided at no charge, and accessing the collections is pretty easy to learn.

Of course, the library has other great online content, including RBDIgital, auto repair manuals, homework resources, Rosetta Stone, and much more. All of this can be found by visiting the City of Ponca City’s webpage at and going to the Library Department’s information and links page.

Want to get started today? If you already have a card, the library barcode is the card number and the PIN is the last 4 digits of the card number. For an e-card, the easiest way is to email: [email protected] or [email protected] and then the library will set you up with an e-card that allows you to have access to online selections. The library will call or email these requests by their preference. We will mail these cards to you or keep on file.

New to the Library? We have two kinds of cards: an all access card that allows you to check out everything, including print materials, and an e-card that gets you access to all our electronic resources.

Not sure if you’ve ever had a card? The library can work through that too!

Need more information? Don’t hesitate to call; the Library staff is happy to help. The number is (580) 767-0345.


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